I live in the USA but I’m posting here because this is one of the only sites that seems to have a thread for reactive hypoglycemia and I’ve read a few discussions of people who seem to be negative for diabetes but still hypoglycemic. I’ve been able to learn so much by reading other people’s stories and discussions online. It’s really given me more clarity on what I’m experiencing and even inspired me to switch doctors and I found a guy who’s awesome and takes me seriously. Thank you guys! I took a test that I read about on here, which is an OGTT but with insulin levels instead of glucose. Dr. Kraft was a big proponent of these as I’ve seen some people talk about. Unfortunately, I’m having a difficult time finding online discussions and information regarding results of the test. I’m going to discuss it with my doctor on my appt next month, but wanted to ask about it here too. Long story short – normal hba1c and no T1 antibodies. However, my blood sugar goes very high after I eat and then often times very low. Hitting over 11 sometimes and then down to about 2.7 I converted all measurements to what’s used in the UK Here’s the results from my 3 hour insulin test: Fasting: 21 (pmol/L) 1 hour: 330.4 2 hour: 80.5 3 hour 17.5 I test my own blood sugar during that OGTT and got: Fasting: 5.2 1 hour: 11 2 hour: 5.5 3 hour: 3.0 (I previously did a 2hr-OGTT of just blood sugar from a lab before, so the one I have that’s officially from a lab is this): Fasting: 4.6 1 hour: 12.9 2 hour: 5.1 3 hour: 2.7 (I did this 3rd hour reading on my own as it was a 2 hour OGTT). I feel a little surprised to get the insulin results I did, because I expected the numbers to be higher to match the lows I feel at the 3rd hour. Are the insulin results I got normal? I remember looking at a chart a while ago that showed high readings, but those might have been for insulin resistance / T2. So perhaps mine are BELOW what they should be? I also have a low c peptide of 1.48 pmol/L (fasting) (I believe I converted correctly. I was 0.66 for the measurement scale used in the USA) At this point, I’m accepting that what I’m likely experiencing is reactive hypoglycemia, not diabetes. But I’m going to keep testing my blood sugar, and periodically my c-peptide to see if it goes down more, as I know many people experienced reactive hypoglycemia for years before presenting LADA, so I’ll be conscious about that possibility. Just frustrating that I wish there was a way I could medicate for this RH because it is incredibly burdensome. But oh well. I’m disciplined and I can stick to a LCHF diet since that appears to be the only solution.